Former Deputy General Secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) and President of Atta-Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho is daring Kwesi Pratt Junior, Editor of Insight Newspaper, for a face to face confrontation and defend himself if he did not inform late President Atta-Mills to sack him as his Director of Communications.
Mr Anyidoho described Mr. Pratt, known sympathizer of former President Mahama as a hypocrite and untruthful.
In a tweet “What is Kwesi Prat ranting about? I have dared him to come and face me about he wanting President Atta-Mills to sack me- and President Atta-Mills refused. I can’t stand the hypocrisy of Kwesi Pratt.”
He continued “this is one the best statements of President Atta-Mills: “Anybody who thinks I am a fool, is a bigger fool”. I shall always love President Atta-Mills.”
There had been mixed responses from followers of Mr. Anyidoho and the NDC with some applauding him whilst others accused him of being bitter.
But he claims to be a staunch member of the NDC but there had been doubts raised of his status as a loyal follower due to his recent utterances.